The undergraduate environmental engineering degree program aim to produce graduates specialized in principles of pollution control, technology of pollution control and engineering design which are based on the knowledge of inorganic and analytical chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, engineering mechanics and microbiology. Graduates have the ability of scientific research, teaching, technology development, engineering design and construction, planning management and thereby follow a wide choice of professional careers within environmental fields. Alternatively they may apply their skills in a range of other careers.

Core Courses: Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Engineering Mechanics, Engineering Drawing, Microbiology of Environmental Engineering, Elements of Environmental Engineering, Water Pollution Controlling Engineering, Air Pollution Controlling Engineering, Treatment and Disposal of Solid Wastes, Desulfurization and Denitrification Technology, Combustion and pollution, Industrial Water Treatment, Capability and Utilization for Fly- ash, Introduction to Corrosion and Protection of Materials, Electrochemistry for Corrosion, Eco-materials.